Lost Girls creates hope through passionate performances and characters who are determined to preserve the memory of girls the world didn't want to matter.
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Author: Emily Kubincanek
Just like the stories they rehash, remakes can be traced to the beginning of Hollywood itself.
Focusing on empty spaces and positioning frames from outside a scene amplifies this terrifying tale of being watched.
We get insight into Kelly Reichardt's process for making some of the most American films ever made.
Autumn De Wilde's new adaptation of the Jane Austen classic as more in common with 1930s sex comedies than you may have realized.
Celine Sciamma's lesbian love story made by a lesbian filmmaker is more historic than you may realize.
There is something supernatural to blame for the murder in 'The Outsider,' but it isn't as scary as the unsolved mysteries of true crime.
Oscar snubs are not new. In fact, their legacy goes all the way back to the beginning of the Academy Awards. We explore in our new column, Origin Stories.
This immigrant story is not an extraordinary one, but that is what makes it so memorable.
This decade we've seen the consequences of what critics referred to as Peak TV, but we've also seen how women went from being strong supporting characters to the stars of acclaimed shows.